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synonyms for bricking

  • brick
  • cobblestone
  • flagstone
  • gravel
  • macadamize
  • surface
  • tar
  • tile
  • lay asphalt
  • lay concrete
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antonyms for bricking

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  • dig up
  • strip
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How to use bricking in a sentence

And he found them bricking up the town gate, because it was so wide that little folks could not get through.
THE WATER-BABIESCHARLES KINGSLEY
"To sinking and bricking new well, 32 ft. deep," Reynold replied.
MITCHELHURST PLACE, VOL. I (OF 2)MARGARET VELEY
“They get it gold-bricking New Yorkers, then,” declared Wallingford contemptuously.
YOUNG WALLINGFORDGEORGE RANDOLPH CHESTER
We have been bricking him up for a lark, and intend keeping him here till the morning.
THE BANSHEEELLIOT O'DONNELL
The bank on either side they were bricking up and cementing.
THREE MEN ON THE BUMMELJEROME K. JEROME
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